Date: 11/21/20 2:58 pm
From: Brandon Caswell <brandon.caswell83...>
Subject: Re: [ia-bird] evening grosbeak question (not a signing)
I’ve been paying attention to a lot of the feeder finds. Seems like in Iowa
they have been coming in between like 9am-noonish and rarely come back. I’m
0-3 on feeder watches in Johnson Co. where they have been seen practically
2-3 hours before I’ve arrived.

Good birding,
Brandon Caswell
Marion

On Sat, Nov 21, 2020 at 4:39 PM Brochu, Christopher A <
<chris-brochu...> wrote:

> I've been in Evanston for a while, and according to eBird, the evening
> grosbeak irruption seen in Iowa is happening here as well.
>
> Is there a preferred time of day when they're likelier to be seen?
>
>
> Christopher A. Brochu
> Professor, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
> University of Iowa
> Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
> phone 319-353-1808
> fax 319-335-1821
> email <chris-brochu...>
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